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October 13, 2008
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Innovex Technologies, a leading provider of components for heating and cooling systems, introduces the new ZV Series, MV Series and FV Series valves. The ZV, MV and FV Series valves can be used in a variety of applications where accurate control is required. These include hydronic systems, residential zone systems, fan coil units and reheat on commercial terminal box units.

The Innovex line offers two-position actuation in the ZV Series as well as complete modulated solutions in the MV Series (modulating actuator) and FV Series (floating actuator).

All ZV, MV and FV Series valves determine the correct action required by quickly responding to a thermostat or building automation system output signal. This provides highly accurate control of chilled or hot water into the controlled medium, cooling or warming the conditioned space as required. When the desired temperature is reached, the valve returns to its original position and powers off, which helps reduce energy consumption.

The base and cover of all ZV, MV and FV Series actuators are constructed of specially engineered flameproof polycarbonate. All valve bodies feature durable EPDM rubber and stainless steel internal construction providing exceptional performance even in the harshest environments.

The entire line of ZV, MV and FV Series valves are available in two-way and three-way configurations and in .5-, .75-, 1-, and 1.25-inch sizes, with a large variety of connection types including inverted flair. This allows these valves to be used in a wide range of new construction and retrofit applications.

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